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FasterCures commends bipartisan support of FDA Reauthorization Act (August 2017)

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The intersection of tech and life science at Partnering for Cures featured in WRAL column (December 2017)

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October 2017: Patient-centricity and collaboration emerge as key themes at Partnering for Cures in Boston

The value of patient-centric efforts, the necessity of biomedical R&D collaborations, and the desire for more collaboration with patients were common threads of the discussions held at Partnering for Cures Boston on July 12. Panelists discussed topics ranging from the challenges of data sharing to the uncertainty of the regulatory landscape. Read summaries of the plenary sessions and watch videos of all sessions, including David Fajgenbaum’s personal story of working relentlessly to cure his own disease and Meg Tirell’s candid one-on-one interview with Robert Langer of MIT.

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October 2017: The Research Acceleration and Innovation Network (TRAIN) E-News

There’s double the P4C in 2017! Register for San Francisco

The second Partnering for Cures event of 2017 is coming to the west coast. Join the brightest minds across all sectors of biomedical research on Nov. 13-14 at the convergence of patient-centricity and technology trends. Don't miss this opportunity to share ideas about how technological advances will shape and enhance the future of biomedical research. Attend sessions on how tech can teach medical research to be more collaborative, the social compact of health citizenship, and the potential impact of machine learning in R&D. Make the most of your experience with engaging roundtable discussions and partnering opportunities.

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Innovators in Medical Research head to San Francisco for Milken Institute Partnering for Cures; Program focuses on patient-centered solutions and the impact of technology on biomedical research

Partnering for Cures, the Milken Institute’s go-to meeting for accelerating patient-centered solutions and building powerful collaborations to fight disease, will be held on Tuesday, November 14. The meeting, organized by the Milken Institute center FasterCures, will be held in San Francisco for the first time as participants focus on the intersection of technology, innovation and philanthropy in biomedical researchMore »

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